2017 Portfolio Review


2017 Portfolio Review – At the Lunder Arts Center at Lesley University
Presented March 26, 2017 | 10am-4pm
Lesley University, LUCAD, Cambridge MA

Portfolio Review Pricing | CAA Members

Portfolio Review Pricing | Non Members

Three Sessions | $150
One Session | $60
Three Sessions | $210
One Session | $80

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Registration Begins February 7th at 11am by calling the Cambridge Art Association Office | 617 -876-0246

Patricia Dellorfano | Lead Curator, Fidelity Investments

Elizabeth Devlin | Founder, FLUX.boston | ALMOST SOLD OUT

Katherine French | Gallery Director, Catamount Arts | ALMOST SOLD OUT

Sara Jane Miller | Curator, The Gund Collection | SOLD OUT

Al Miner | Assistant Curator, Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | SOLD OUT

Bruce Myren | Acting Executive Director, Photographic Resource Center

Hilary Tait Norod | Art Rental Program Manager, Cambridge Art Association

Abigail Ogilvy |  Abigail Ogilvy Gallery | 1 Spot left

Charlotte Riggs | Art Consultant, Boston Art

Jessica Roscio | Curator, Danforth Art  | ALMOST SOLD OUT

Sam Toabe | Gallery Curator, University of Massachusetts, Boston

* please note: we may add additional reviewers before February 7!

Portfolio Review Prep-Workshop | Saturday, March 11th 10am-12pm

A workshop presenting tips for presenting your portfolio. You will be guided through the process and learn how to prepare fully for a portfolio review to make the most of your time with a reviewer.

*$10 for Members, $15 for Non-Members
Sign up for the Portfolio Review Prep-Workshop Below According to Membership Category:

Cambridge Art Association Members (All Membership Levels) Non Members (Not enrolled in any current Membership Level)
CAA Member PR Workshop Registration Non Member PR Workshop Registration


Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is a portfolio review?
In short, a portfolio review is a way for emerging and established artists to meet art professionals across several disciplines, present a portfolio of work to them, and make contacts that can be followed up on which will hopefully help the artist meet his or her goals.

Q. How does a portfolio review work?
During the course of the review day, each artist is provided with three (3) twenty-minute reviews in which artists meet one-on-one with a reviewer to show him or her their art. In between the formal review sessions, artists can also show their work to other “roving” reviewers as well as other artists.